Hollywood film writer behind Pirates of the Caribbean and Shrek social media is at the center of a storm of fire after using a racist urge to defend parents who choose not to take their children.
Producer and screenwriter Terry Rossio, a screenwriter who calls for an increase in vaccine participation, wrote: Anti-Vax is equivalent to calling someone to n ***** and is of little significance. "
Rossio expressed the epithesis.
The author, who started the talk, asked Rossio to Konuş never come again with n words “. Rossio doubled as stigmatizing African-Americans confronting denials. Treat their children scientifically from discredited autism fears.
Many critics of Rossio – the tweet had more than a thousand answers – he included other screenwriter Jeffrey Grubb: irm God, that's a good point. I remember how the American founders and their citizens enslaved the skeptics of the vaccine for decades. And then, even after releasing them, the government put laws to marginalize vaccine deniers and to deny them wealth and opportunity. It's just history. "
Another Twitter user responded to Rossio, who said his comment inspired him to donate $ 25 to a non-governmental organization that instills children around the world.
Rossio, including credits Aladdin and Lone Ranger, as well as upcoming feature adaptation Johnny Questdid not respond to comment request. Two years ago, it was reported that the work linking autism with vaccines was rejected in the scientific circles. Andrew said he was taking the rights of a book by Wakefield.
Ür Dr Wakefield is a polarized figure who has been revised by the general public and also respected by many. The details and drama surrounding his life are even more remarkable than what is generally known, çev says Rossio.